Q&A with Nick Poore
July 12, 2012
Chestnut Hill, Mass. - Boston College sophomore Nick Poore is playing in his native New Hampshire for the Nashua Silver Knights in the Future Collegiate Baseball League. The left-handed pitcher, who mostly came out of the bullpen in his first season with the Eagles, is 3-1 as a starter with a 2.15 ERA with 27 strikeouts and only nine walks.
On Wednesday night, Poore tallied his third win as the Knight defeated the Seacoast Mavericks, 10-1, to bring their first-place record to 22-6. The southpaw pitched six scoreless innings, allowed just one walk and two hits while striking out six.
Q: During the 2012 season, you mostly came out of the bullpen in relief. You are starting in Nashua. Do you like the change in role? How do you like being a starter?
Q: After a full year in Chestnut Hill, you are back in your hometown of Salem. How do you like living back at home for the summer and playing baseball close by?
Q: What can you tell us about Chris Shaw, who is also playing for the Silver Knights, and will be an Eagle next year?
Q:Outside of baseball, what was one your moment at BC during your freshman year?
Q: What you are looking forward to about the 2012-13 BC Eagles baseball team?